J. Frazier Carraway, a partner at Saxon|Gilmore, participated in the Eighth Annual Golf Scramble for the National Organization for Transplant Enlightenment (N.O.T.E.). The organization was started in 1985 by Thomas Thrasher, the first successful heart transplant recipient in the State of Florida. He wanted to raise awareness about organ donation.

The event was held at the Carrollwood Country Club in Tampa. Participants received prizes for the lowest score (gross); lowest score (net); longest drive; and closest to the pin.

Nearly $12,000 was raised, which will be used to support transplant patients in the local area.

Mr. Carraway concentrates his practice on civil rights and general civil litigation, including complex state and federal (and Puerto Rican law) litigation involving commercial and contract disputes; environmental litigation; representation of insurance companies in general commercial liability insurance litigation; and representation of sureties, general contractors, materialmen, and owners in arbitration, mediation, and jury trials. He has served, and currently serves, as counsel for various public, private, and governmental entities, and routinely provides advice on compliance with federal, state, and local laws, orders, rules, ordinances, regulations, and policies, including Florida Government in the Sunshine law.

Mr. Carraway can be reached at 813.314.4503 or via email at fcarraway@saxongilmore.com.